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#TradeDeficit in February 2021 up 4.8% to $71.1B. #Exports down 2.6% to $187.3B. #Imports down 0.7% to $258.3B (seasonally adjusted). go.usa.gov/xUNS3 #CensusEconData
Goods and services #deficit ($71.1B) in February 2021 was the highest on record (seasonally adjusted). go.usa.gov/xvvXP #CensusEconData #ForeignTrade #TradeDeficit
#GoodsDeficit ($88.0B) in February 2021 was the highest on record (seasonally adjusted). go.usa.gov/xvvXP #CensusEconData #ForeignTrade
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India's Exports (Merchandise &Services) in April-Feb FY21,are $439.64bn,down 10.14%,YoY

Imports in April-Feb FY21 are $447.44bn,down 20.83%

But in Dec'20,Jan&Feb'21,#Exports started picking up,with Feb growth at 0.67%&2.46% in Dollar &Rupee terms

Export growth in Dec was 5.37%
Exports in Feb'21 were $27.93bn,Vs $27.74bn in Feb20,up 0.67%

In Rupee terms,Exports were Rs 2.03 lakh Cr in Feb'21,up 2.46%

Imports in Feb were $40.54bn/Rs 2.95 lakh Cr,up 6.96% in Dollar terms &8.86% in Rupee terms,YoY

Trade Deficit in Feb21 was $12.88bn,Vs $10.16bn in Feb20
Interestingly,in April-Feb 2020-21,TradeDeficit is only $7.80bn,Vs deficit of $75.90bn in April-Febr 2019-20

Merchandise #TradeDeficit of $12.62bn in Feb21 is much lower Vs $14.54bn in Jan21

Lower Trade deficit in FY21,not due to slowdown alone,but due to better terms of trade
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#RetailInflation in Sep@7.34%,Vs 6.69% in Aug,is due to rise in food price index which rose from 9.05% to 10.68%,MoM

Uptick in #foodinflation is temporary &driven by #COVID related supply disruptions--We had bumper crop last year&FY21,should see bumper agri production,yet again!
By Dec,#CPI should ease& inflationary pressure will abate,due to #BaseEffect& #Kharif arrivals

Note:Kharif sowing was up between 50-88%,for most crops,despite #lockdown

With INR@73.11/$ level,threat of imported inflation is minimal

#CoreInflation at sub 6%,bodes well
#economy
#IIP contraction in Aug at 8% Vs 10.8% in July,is driven by relatively better numbers from #Mining& #ConsumerNonDurables

After record #ManufacturingPMI of 56.8 in Sep,#ServicesPMI at 49.8 Vs 41.8 in Aug,is a good sign💪

#TradeDeficit in Sep@ $2.9 Vs $10.9,in Sep2019,bodes well
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